TB fears over 'thriving' wild red deer
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Ceredigion TB fears over 'thriving' wild red deer

Fears have been raised that the spread of TB could be linked to the "growing" number of red deer running wild in parts of rural Wales.

The UK's red deer population is believed to be at its highest level in 1,000 years and even some conservation groups recognise a cull may be necessary.

BBC Wales' Matthew Murray reports from Ceredigion.

  • 03 Apr
  • From the section Wales
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